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Infrastructure projects get EU billions

Published måndag 15 juli 2013 kl 19.39
The Hallandsås rail link is one of the projects that will get the EU cash. Photo: Bosse Johansson/Sveriges Radio

The European Union has decided to give Sweden SEK 2.6 billion to finance new transport projects, Swedish Television news reports.

The money will be spent on projects already planned and financed by the Swedish government, meaning it will have money over to spend on other projects, infrastructure minister Catharina Elmsäter-Svärd told SVT.

Among the projects that can expect EU money are the Hallandsås rail link, a new bridge in Gothenburg and the extension of a ferry terminal building in Stockholm.

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